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About this product
- PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
- Date of Publication13/12/2015
- GenreEducation & Teaching
- Place of PublicationCham
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintSpringer International Publishing AG
- Content Note16 colour illustrations, biography
- Weight532 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Edited byTara Brabazon
- Edition Statement2016 ed.
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction: Play up? Play around?; Tara Brabazon.- Section One: Setting the field of play.- Play in early childhood education: an historical perspective; Sandie Wong and Helen Logan.- Playing with play: a playful reconnaissance; Randa Khattar and Karyn Callaghan.- Team players; Felicity McArdle, Jennifer Sumsion, Sue Grieshaber, Kellie Bousfield and Paul Shield.- Faculty, Candidates, and Children at Play; Linda Charko, Cameron Fraser, Don Jones and Umar Umangay.- Section Two Playing with bodies (of knowledge).- (Re)Playing Decolonization umar keoni umangay.- Pre-service teachers, Aboriginal students and the cross-cultural 'playing field'; Maria Bennet and Beverley Moriarty.- From local to global: international initiatives in school leadership Zeffie Nicholas and Erica van Roosmalen.- Alternative models of learning, thinking and teaching; Beverley Moriarty and Louise Wightman.- Press Play; Tara Brabazon.- Section Three Playing with pedagogies.- Practice play in learning to teach: performing a teaching body; Jo-Anne Reid and Denise Wood.- Outdoor play: friend or foe to early childhood physical activity?; Kelly Tribolet.- Personal epistemologies and pedagogical play: changing practice in teacher education; Jae Major and Alison Ayrton.- Let's talk about something important. Let's talk about me; Tara Brabazon.- Conclusion: This used to be my playground; Tara Brabazon.
- Author BiographyTara Brabazon is the Professor of Education and head of the School of Teacher Education at Charles Sturt University, Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (RSA) and Director of the Popular Culture Collective. Previously, Tara had held academic positions in the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand. She has won six teaching awards, including the National Teaching Award for the Humanities. A Springer author, Tara has published 16 books and over 180 refereed articles and book chapters through her career. She writes for the Times Higher Education, Times Education Supplement and Times Literary Supplement. She is best known for her books Digital Hemlock (2002), the University of Google (2007), Thinking Pop (2011) and Digital Dieting (2013). Her new Springer books are City Imaging (2013), Unique Urbanity (2014) and Enabling University (2015). For further information about Tara, please refer to www.brabazon.net. A full CV is also included with this proposal.
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